Date of Stay: April 13 through 15, 2010.
Weather During Stay: Highs in the low 80’s, lows in the 40’s. Plenty of sunshine.
Site Description: Warriors’ Path campground is very pleasant for tents and trailers under around 30 feet, but we can’t recommend it for big rigs. Of the 94 sites (of which only 74 were available when we stayed, because one loop was still closed for the season), no more than half a dozen (if that) can accommodate big rigs. During our mid-week stay, we saw several 40+ plus rigs circle the campground and head back out.
We arrived on a Tuesday and lucked into one of the sites that is both long enough and level enough to (barely) accommodate us, B-29. All sites have water and at least 30 amp electric. Again, we were lucky with our site, which had both 30 and 50 amps. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring. Roads in the campground are paved and narrow - one lane but not necessarily one way.
Rate: We paid $20/night for W and 50 amp E.
Phone/radio/TV: Great Verizon service for phone and aircard. The campground is moderately wooded, but we managed to get our roof-mounted TV satellite to lock on, and picked up a couple of stations on antenna. NPR is available on 89.5. No park WiFi.
Elevation/Landscape/Terrain: This is a very hilly state park, including the campground. Beautiful, large trees shade many/most of the campsites, and many of the campsites have views through the forest to the river. Sites are not particularly private. Our appealing view is of trees, grass, a restroom, the playground, and several other RV’s.
Favorite Sites: B-29 worked for us (technically, we are a 38’ MH - I think this site is too small for a 40’ MH). C-74 appears to be the largest site. Sites cannot be reserved.
Hiking/Walking: LOTS of trails, from easy to strenuous - plenty of good walking.
Comments: The campground is just a small part of this large park, which seemed more like a county or regional park - heavily used by the locals. The park includes a golf course, Olympic-sized swimming pool, stables, trails, marina, soccer fields and fishing piers. Too bad the campsites are so small - though we enjoyed our stay, we don’t recommend it for big rigs.